Make a decision in the best interest of you and your pet. Your new family member needs you to be prepared!
Animals shelter workers & managers possess the biggest hearts & shallowest pockets. Stretching resources is often reinvented in shelters, maybe a few changes can help us manage better, and convince donors needs are not all about food and medicine!
Intuition tells them the world is at a cross roads, if you pay attention you’ll notice animals are keeping us sane. Whether at home, online or in a book. They’re taking charge of our mental health and helping us through one of the most confusing and daunting experiences of our lifetimes.
Coronavirus marches across the globe and now finds an easy mark. Confined animals are the most vulnerable. There goes the argument for zoos as “centres of learning”
When a pet is abandoned, you force a rescuer, welfare worker, NGO to leave their homes or places of work and put themselves in danger.
Cross border dog adoption and relocation of dogs is a lucrative business. Feeding of the feel good fairy tale ending, a dog picked off the streets and relocated across continents. This makes for good media and stories. But does it make for best practices in animal welfare?